freshen up

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Synonyms for freshen up

make brighter and prettier

become or make oneself fresh again

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The lads will freshen up over the weekend and then we will get back on it next week and step things up again.
We know that conference days are long and the ability to truly freshen up is limited," said Mike Haley, Cottonelle Marketing Director.
The new store will freshen up the shopping experience and improve the vitality of the area, so I look forward to welcoming customers into the new store.
They know it will freshen up the series and boost ratings.
uk Freshen up Ojon have just launched two dry shampoo products as part of their Full Detox Rub Out range.
Prince Sultan said service stations are important as they are used by travelers to freshen up, adding that there is an urgent need to renovate them to make them more attractive and welcoming.
Following the loss at Sale, last week's enforced break has allowed coach Lee McDermott to freshen up his troops and get some hard work in on the training paddock ready for the final push.
Burton admits he wasn't pleased with how Town performed in the league last term, and says new recruits were needed to freshen up the squad.
CORK boss Damien Richardson has tipped Derry City to be a major force again next season - but only if they freshen up their side.
Ireland coach declan Kidney has opted to freshen up his troops ahead of the weekend clash against russia.
And Hayes explained yesterday how manager John McIntyre will be looking to freshen up the team ahead of that game.
We'd like to freshen up the team and the budget was always there af ter the summer and a figure set.